Monthly Web Roundup - July 2014

Posted by: Reliance Technology

Winter has definitely arrived and so has the new financial year. Happy new financial year from the team at Reliance! We’d like to send a big thank you to all of our clients, suppliers and friends for their terrific support. Wishing you all a successful and rewarding new financial year.

This month, we touch on the techie side of things, letting you know what could be making your laptop overheat, we introduce you to Google's new My Business service, and we have also included an interesting article about proper email etiquette.

As always, if we can be of any assistance, we would welcome your contact.
Until next month,

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Answers To The Tech Questions You're Too Embarrassed To Ask
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Why does my laptop get so hot?

Some laptops naturally get quite hot without overheating. A hot laptop is not necessarily a broken laptop and may still be well within its comfortable operating temperature. That said, if the heat is a problem, an overheating laptop might be suffering from a number of issues. A malfunctioning battery, an overworked processor or poor airflow problems to name just a few possibilities.

If your laptop is too hot to comfortably operate for any length of time, it’s likely time for professional maintenance.

Google My Business
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My Business is a new service on Google that connects you directly with customers, whether they're looking for you on Search, Maps or Google+

Google My Business helps you build a loyal fan base. Your customers can show their appreciation with ratings and reviews, use the +1 button to endorse your content, and re-share your Google+ posts across the web.

This is worth taking a look at. Be found by customers already looking for your products and services via Google.

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Email Address Etiquette
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Have you ever received a mass email, only to find that your email address has been shared along with hundreds of other email addresses of people you don't know? This can invite accidental misuse or worse by the recipients or a third party that has the email forwarded to them.

The solution; use the BCC option. This means the email will be delivered to your intended recipients, however, the list of recipients remains hidden from those that receive the email.

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